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Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by om3n-, Nov 9, 2012.

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    had the 8150 and wasn't impressed. the 8350 is better and the price is right :toast:
     
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    What MB are you using with the i3 and what will you go to with the 8350?
     
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    Get an Ivy I5 insted.
     
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    Sorry, can't open this link. What CPU is there?
     
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    Its an AMD fx8350
     
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    Well, I am very pleased with my 8120@4,4GHz. It gives me 5k to 7k ppd depending of on the type of WU (90% of i7-2600k at the same freq.). 8350 exceeds Zambezi and is far energy-efficient. Good choise for its price.

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    I'd like to add that FX is very usefull even at 100% load. Friend of mine uses FX for a year as a server for a small network+VM's.
     
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